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naqaðnes [nawkqaðnes] n.w.f. nakèdness, nudity.

naqaðþ [nawkwaþ] adj. nakèd, nude. See bār, blōðþ. [nakwada]

naðra [naðra] adv. to nowhere, nowhere. [by assimilation; see þaðra, haðra, ƕaðra]

nagʌ [nagal] n.st.n. nail. Refering to finger- and toemails. Metal nails are usually spīcʀ, though in some cases nagʌ is also used. [naglaz]

nagʌblōm [nagalblóm] n.w.n. clove, Eugenia spp.

naʒ [nawg] n.st.n. corpse, dead body. [nawaz (st.m.)]

naʒɴcōl [nawgankól] n.st.n. cauliflower. Literally “corpse cabbage.” Synonyms: ƕītbaʒмcōl. [naʒ(ɴ) + cōl]

naht [naht] n.st.f. night. [nahtiz]

naɧ [nawh] adj.near, close. [nēhwa]

naɧ [nawh] adv. almost, nearly.

naɧ [nawh] prp. near, close to, next to.

naɧ- [nawh] pfx. next (time); great- (familial terms). Note that the final
ɧ remains even in combination, and the inherent following -w does not carry accross morpheme boundaries.

naɧalм [nawhalam] adv. almost, just about.

naɧāvɴþ [nawhávanþ] adv. tomorrow evening.

naɧæftʀmeðʌdag [nawheftarmeðaldag] adv. tomorrow afternoon.

naɧænӿcʌ [nawhenangkal] n.w.m. great-grandson; great-grandchild. Synonyms: naɧænӿcʌsun. This may be used in a general sense to refer to great-grandchildren of either gender, usually in a plural, collective manner. See appdx. v.

naɧænӿcʌduhtʀ [
nawhenangkalduhtar] n.st.f. great-granddaughter. Synonyms: naɧænӿclena. See appdx. v.

naɧænӿclena [
nawhenangklena] n.w.f. great-granddaughter. Synonyms: naɧænӿcʌduhtʀ. See appdx. v.

naɧænӿcʌsun [
nawhenangkalsun] n.st.m. great-grandson. Synonyms: naɧænӿcʌ. See appdx. v.

naɧdag [
nawhdag] adv. tomorrow.

naɧiār [
nawhjár] adv. next year.

naɧmānðþ [nawhmanþ] adv. next month.

naɧmurgɴ [nawhmurgan] adv. tomorrow morning.

naɧhærfst [nawhherfst] adv. next autumn, next fall.

naɧnaht [nawhnaht] adv. tomorrow night.

naɧsumʀ [nawhsumar] adv. next summer.

naɧunðrɴ [nawhunðran] adv. noon tomorrow.

naɧᵫvʀiār [nawhyvarjár] adv. the year after next, two years hence.

naɧᵫvʀmānðþ [nawhyvarmanþ] adv. the month after next, two months hence.

naɧᵫvʀmurgɴ [nawhyvarmurgan] adv. the morning of the day after tomorrow.

naɧᵫvʀhærfst [nawhyvarherfst] adv. the autumn/fall after next.

naɧᵫvʀnaht [nawhyvarnaht] adv. the night after next, two nights hence.

naɧᵫvʀsumʀ [hawhyvarsumar] adv. the summer after next.

naɧᵫvʀunðrɴ [nawhyvarunðran] adv. noon of the day after tomorrow.

naɧᵫvʀvar [
nawhyvarvar] adv. the spring after next.

naɧᵫvʀventʀ [
nawhyvarventar] adv. the winter after next.

naɧᵫvʀvīc [
nawhyvarvík] adv. the week after next.

naɧᵫvʀāvɴþ [
nawhyvaravanþ] adv. the evening after next.

naɧᵫvʀæft
ʀmeðʌdag [nawhyvareftarmedaldag] adv. the afternoon after next.

naɧᵫvʀdag [
nawhyvardag] adv. the day after tomorrow, two days hence.

naɧvar [nawhvar] adv. next spring.


naɧveca [nawhweka] adv. next week.


naɧventʀ [nawhwentar] adv. next winter.

nam [nam] n.w.n. name. An n-class noun. [namōn]

nan [nan] adv. never. [by assimilation; see þan, han, ƕan]

nanðþ [nanþ] adj. brave. [nanþa]

nar [nar] adv. nowhere. [by assimilation; see þar, har, ƕar]

nara [nara] n.w.n. nose. [nasō, nasiz]

naract [narakt] n.w.n. nasal consonant.

narag [narag] adj. nasal.

naran [naran] adv. on/upon nothing.

narat [narat] adv. at nothing.

naravf [naraf] adv. off of nothing.

narān [narán] adj. wealthy, luxurious.

narān [narán] adv. lacking nothing.

naræftʀ [nareftar] adv. after nothing, never (referring to a time).

narbafūr [narbafúr] adv. before nothing, never before then.

narbī [narbí] adv. by nothing, next to nothing.

naren [naren] adv. in nothing.

narfrм [narfram] adv. from nothing/nowhere.

narfʀ [narfar] adv. for nothing.

narfūr [narfúr] adv. in front of/before nothing.

nargægɴ [nargegan] adj. against nothing, free-standing.

narhenðʀ [narhenðar] adv. behind nothing.

narmeðlɴ [narmeðlan] adv. among nothing.

narmeðþ [narmeþ] adv. with nothing.

narм [narum] adv. about/around/concerning nothing.

narnaɧ [narnawh] adv. near nothing.

narɴ [naran] adv. from nowhere, out of thin air.

narɴðʀ [narunðar] adv. under/beneath nothing.

nartel [nartel] adv. to nothing.

nartvescɴ [nartveskan] adv. between no two.

narþrūh [narþrúh] adv. through nothing.

narūp(an) [narúp(an)] adv. (up)on nothing.

narūr [narúr] adv. from (out of) nothing/nowhere.

narᵫvʀ [naryvar] adv. over nothing.

narveðʀ [narveðar] adv. against nothing, opposed to nothing.

nat [nat] prn. nothing.

nat [nat] adj. no, none. Negative correlative. [by assimilation; see þat, hat, ƕat]

nat [nat] adj. wet. Synonyms: vāt. [nata]

navʌ [naval] n.st.n. navel; middle, center, hub. [nabalan]

nāðʌ [náðal] n.st.n. needle. [nēþlō]

næqsta [newksta] prp. next to, beside.
Synonyms: .

næmnɴ [nemnan] v.t. to name. [namnjan]

næt [net] n.w.n. net. [natjam]

nætʌ [netal] n.w.n. nettle. [natilōn]

[né] itj. no. [nē, nai]

nǣðʀ [néðar] cjx. neither. Compare to ǣðʀ. See ǣr for usage.

nǣr [nér] cjx. nor, not either. Compare to and see ǣr for usage.

neq [newk] n.w.n. water-goblin, dryad. [nekwes, cf Nykkjen, Nickel, Nekken]

neqʌ [newkul] n.w.n. nickel (Ni). [from nekwes-ila]

neðɴ [neðan] prp. from below. [niþanō]

neðra [neðra] prp. down, downwards. Synonyms: neðþ, neðverðs.

neðʀlænðasc [neðarlenðask] adj., n.w.n. netherlandic, dutch.

neðþ [neþ] adv. down.
Synonyms: neðra, neðverðs. [niþ(r)ai]

neðþ·breŋɴ [neðbrengan] v.t. to lower, to bring down. Class 3: conj. like breŋɴ.

neðþ·breŋɴ [neðbrengan] v.t. to decline, to conjugate. Class 3: conj. like breŋɴ.

neðbreŋӿ [neðbrengang] n.w.f. lowering, razing, deconstruxion.

neðbreŋӿ [
neðbrengang] n.w.f. declension, conjugation.

neðþ·gaŋɴ [neðgangan] v.i. to descend, to go down, to sink. Class 7: conj. like gaŋɴ.

neðþ·hlaðɴ [neþhlaðan] v.t. to download.

neðverðþ [neðverþ] adv. down, downward(s).
Synonyms: neðþ, neðra.

neðverðþ [neðverþ] adj. downward.

nefӿ [nefang] n.w.m. niece or nephew. Usually used in the plural, nefӿʀ, to refer to nieces and nephews in a collective manner. See appdx. v.

neftena [neftena] n.w.f. maternal niece. See appdx. v. [neftī]

neʒɴ [newgun] adj. nine. [niwun]

neʒɴ [newgun] v.t. to stalk, to hunt, to chase. [neiwan]

neʒɴtacþ [newguntakþ] adj. ninetyeth.

neʒɴtag [newguntag] adj. ninety.

neʒɴtehɴ [newguntehan] adj. nineteen.

neʒɴtehɴþ [newguntehanþ] adj. nineteenth.

neʒɴþ [newgunþ] adj. nineth.

neʒɴsmānðþ [newgunsmánþ] n.w.m. november. See appdx. vi.

nem [nem] prn. noöne, nobody. 3rd prsn. neg. dat. pronoun.

nemɴ [neman] v.t. to take. See tacɴ.
Note the insertion of –n in the present singular. [neman, nemijan]

nen [nen] prn. noöne, nobody. 3rd prsn. neg. acc. pronoun.

ner [ner] prn. noöne, nobody. 3rd prsn. neg. nom. pronoun.

-nes [-nes] sfx. -ty, -ness, -hood. Nominal ending for germanic-based words, e.g. grōtnes. Synonyms: -hǣd, -tǣd, -scap. [-nessuz, -nissuz]

nes [nes] prn. of noöne, from noöne. 3rd prsn. neg. gen. pronoun.

nes [nes] adj. noönes, nobody’s. 3rd prsn. neg. poss. adjective. See appdx. ii§b for declension.

nest [nest] n.w.n. nest. [nistam]

nevf [nef] n.w.m. paternal nephew. See appdx. v. [nefōn]

nevʌ [neval] n.w.n. fog, mist. Synonyms: mecst. [nebula, nibila]

nevna [nevna] n.w.f. paternal niece. See appdx. v.

nevɴ [nevan] n.w.m. maternal nephew.
See appdx. v.

[ní] adv. not. [nē, nī]

[ní] adv. for no reason.

nīag [níag] adj. pointless, for no reason.

nīðag [níðag] adj. jealous, envious.

nīðþ [níþ] n.w.n. jealousy, envy. [nīþa]

nīðɴ [níðan] v.i. to lower (oneself), to go down, to become lower. [neiþan]

nīpɴ [nipan] v.i. to darken, to darkle, to dim, to become dark. [neipan]

nōðþ [nóþ] n.st.n. need, requirement. [nauþiz]

nōt [nót] n.st.n. use, enjoyment.

nœ̄ðɴ [nøðan] v.t. to need, to require. Synonyms: þrūvɴ. [nauþjan]

nuh [nuh] adv. still, yet. Synonyms: iet. [nuh, nōh]

nurðesc [nurðesk] adj. norse, nordic.

nurðɴ [nurðan] prp. from the north.

nurðra [nurðra] prp. northward, to the north.

nurðþ [nurþ] n.w.n. north, northward. [nurþ(r)a]

nurðverðþ [nurðverþ] adv. north, northward(s). Synonyms: nurðra.

nurðverðþ [nurðverþ] adj. northward.

nurþȳðesc [nurþýdesk] n.w.n. (=nurðþþȳðesc) northeadish (langauge). [nurþ-þeudiskōn]

nurvēgesc [nurvégesk] adj., n.w.n. norwegian.

[nú] adv. in no way, not at all, absolutely not. See appdx. iii.

nūgɴ [núgan] v.t. to suffice, to be enough.
See appdx. ii§6d. [nūgan]

nūgɴða [núganða] adv. sufficiently, enough.

nūh [núh] adj. enough, sufficient. [nōga, from nūgan]

nȳcsɴ [nýksen] v.t. to investigate, to examine. [neuhsjan]

nȳr [nýr] n.w.n. kidney. [neuran]

nȳrbōn [nýrbón] n.st.n. kidney bean. [nȳr + bōn]

nȳtag [nýtag] adj. enjoyable, fun.

nȳtɴ [nýtan] v.t. to use, to enjoy. Synonyms: brūcɴ (see for usage). [nautjan, neutan]

nȳw [nýw] adj. new. [neuja]

nȳwag [nýwag] adj. immediate, present, current.

nȳwþ [nýwþ] n.w.f. newness.